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Anti-Trans Workplace Discrimination Is OK in Texas, Judge Rules

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A federal judge in Texas has ruled that employers in the state can ignore portions of the Biden administration’s guidance on equal treatment of LGBTQ+ workers, particularly as it regards transgender ones.U.S.

District Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk, who was appointed by Donald Trump, ruled this week that guidance on implementing the Bostock v.

Clayton County ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court, which held that anti-LGBTQ+ discrimination is illegal, went too far. Employers may not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity, but the ban does not extend to “all correlated conduct,” he ruled.They do not have to allow workers to use the restrooms corresponding to their gender identity or dress according to that identity, nor do they have to use employee’s preferred pronouns, he wrote.The ruling came in a lawsuit brought by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, a longtime opponent of LGBTQ+ equality and author of the opinion that parents should be investigated for child abuse if they let their children receive gender-affirming health care.

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